Category Archives: Travel
With the ice age seemingly in full retreat — finally — it’s time for a lot of Minnesotans to make travel plans that have more to do with state parks than getting documents from the State Department.
The old-school way … Hit the jump to read the rest
Ten years ago, a woman named Patricia Schultz’s brilliant idea went shooting to the top of the New York Times bestseller list. The “1,000 Places to See Before You Die” era had begun.
New editions, updates, calendar versions and imitators … Hit the jump to read the rest
It’s a fact of modern times that people with something to say about customer service have a worldwide megaphone to be heard.
That’s the burning question “answered” Friday morning by the press release that landed in my email.
And, according to online booking business OneTravel, the answer is yes.
Six of its top 10 states for bookings last year were blue … Hit the jump to read the rest
Prices for regular unleaded gasoline in St. Cloud were averaging $3.24 per gallon on Friday, the lowest price in months and 23 cents per gallon less expensive than a year ago.
The local prices was also the lowest of Minnesota’s … Hit the jump to read the rest
Getting through Humphrey Terminal 2 security checks just got faster.
A new six-lane checkpoint just opened at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport’s secondary terminal as part of the airport leadership’s apparent work to improve the passenger experience there.
The Humphrey terminal … Hit the jump to read the rest
It doesn’t happen often, but when clapping rises from passengers aboard a marvel-of-modern-manufacturing jet, the first thought is “how weird.”
I’ve heard applause as wheels safely touched down in Casablanca, in Mexico City and, most recently, in Moscow.
But the … Hit the jump to read the rest